Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Risk Management articles below.
Without a properly structured program, owners may unnecessarily assume financial responsibility for losses caused by a third party on their properties.
Third-party Vendor Risk Management is flawed due to lack of focus on People Risk. View this free video webinar and learn how to assess and manage the risk of vendors who work in your facility.
Data center facilities implement Institute standards to mitigate risk and improve performance, and CNA has recognized the benefits.
The new facility enables this commercial property insurance provider to build upon existing learning opportunities for employees and clients.
The 2017 FM Global Resilience Index from commercial property insurer FM Global probes business vulnerabilities in nearly 130 nations.
The new service delivers facility management professionals and other stakeholders in-depth OSHA compliance analyses and ratings.
Produced by Dodge Data & Analytics, in partnership with Alliant Insurance Services, the Managing Risk in the Construction Industry report provides insight for contractors, as well as building owners.
Planet Risk is incorporating Schneider Electric’s weather service forecast information into its Advanced Intelligence Management System (AIMS).
Outsourcing services is no longer a question of “should we or shouldn’t we?” but of “how much should we outsource to improve performance, and with whom?”
In new research, JLL acknowledges the challenge to ensure critical global compliance goals across multiple dimensions are achieved.
Employing this concept fosters holistic emergency alert and response management.
The terms of a warranty can range depending on the commercial roofing system, and there are certainly many factors to consider.
Many types of extreme events are expected to increase in frequency and magnitude in the future and pose hazards to NASA's mission, infrastructure, facilities, and workforce.
Study shows 60% of companies indicate water is poised to affect business growth and profitability within five years; more than 80% say it will influence decisions on where to locate facilities.
As the 10-year anniversary approaches, commercial real estate and facilities management professionals are still reinforcing the resulting changes and integrating new best practices to keep their buildings and occupants safe.
The disaster plans of many international organizations and businesses have been put to the test by recent world events and some were found lacking, according to risk management experts.